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MASON COLOR WORKS, INC. PO Box 76


East Liverpool OH 43920-5076 USA Phone: (330) 385-4400 Email: cmason@masoncolor.com www.masoncolor.com


PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: Mason Color Works is the leading manufacturer of high quality nucleating agents for surface grain growth control in super alloy investment castings. Produces four grades of cobalt aluminate with different cobalt levels and degrees of fineness. A cobalt meta-silicate is also available. These materials improve release of the finished cast part.


METSCH REFRACTORIES INC. (MRI)


PO Box 268, 12413 Ohio River Blvd. Chester WV 26034 USA Phone: (304) 387-1067 Email: mri@metschinc.com www.metschinc.com


PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: Custom manufactured and standard pouring cups, pouring cup covers, mold support rods, blank outs and strainer cores. Custom design and manufactured refractory shapes. Note: MRI does not offer refractory “raw” materials. Rather, MRI is a custom molder of refractory materials.


Booth 313


Booth 313


MILLENNITEK LLC


631 Barbrow Lane Knoxville TN 37932 USA Phone: (865) 966-2170 www.millenitek.com


PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: Millennitek provides machines and materials used for investment casting. Machines and materials include; 3D printing in wax, 3D printing ceramic cores and crucibles from materials such as zirconia and alumina, along with vacuum casting machines for wax models. They specialize in R&D projects to develop new and high-performance materials.


MK TECHNOLOGY GmbH Robert-Koch-Str. 11


D-53501 Grafschaft GERMANY Phone: 49/2225-8887-0 Email: office@mk-technology.com www.mk-technology.com


PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: High-speed drying for ceramic shells. Cyclone – complete high speed shell building system for rapid prototyping. High-speed drying tunnel, rainfall sander, slurry tank combination, ovens and accessories, vacuum casting equipment, autoclaves for dewaxing of shells.


MORGAN ADVANCED MATERIALS/CERTECH


550 Stewart Road, Hanover Industrial Park Wilkes-Barre PA 18706 USA Phone: (570) 823-7400


Email: ross.johnson@morganplc.com www.morganadvancedmaterials.com PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: The Certech business of Morgan Advanced Materials manufactures ceramic cores for aerospace and industrial gas turbine applications, as well as high volume automotive, medical and hardware applications. We produce injection molded ceramics engineered for investment casting as listed. Equiax, DS and Single Crystal -Aero & IGT Cores Aircraft & General Hardware Cores Cores for Titanium Castings - Alumina Coated Cores Mold Plugs, Mold Covers, Pour Cups & Filters.


MPI, INC. Step change your process ..


Step up to Metsch Ceramics Pouring Cups. Mold Support Rods.


Vent Plugs. Covers. And more.


P.O. Box 268 • 12413 Ohio River Blvd. Chester, WV 26034 • USA


P: (304) 387-1067 • F: (304) 387-0555 info@metschinc.com • metschinc.com


® ICI Conference


see us at Booth #313


165 Smith Street


Poughkeepsie NY 12601 USA Phone: (845) 471-7630


Email: aphipps@mpi-systems.com www.mpi-systems.com


PRODUCTS OR SERVICES: MPI, the Worldwide leader in wax and ceramic injection machines, automated injection and assembly systems. MPI’s Technology Center assists customers in achieving higher casting yields by reducing wax room defects. Contract pattern injection and assembly. Global Support Services. Sales offices in USA, Europe, China, Japan, Latin America, UK, Korea, Russia.


October 2019 ❘ 43 Booth 312 Booth 120 Booth 321


Booth 330


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